Sony has finally revealed November's set of free games for PlayStation Plus, after days of speculation.
Ever since rumors that a new Sony flagship device will be released by 2015, numerous bloggers and tech experts have speculated about what the new Sony Xperia Z4 will have.
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It's the last week of October and Sony still hasn't unveiled next month's batch of free PlayStation Plus games. Are they going to unleash some of the best free ones, then?
FIFA tends to be frustrating; this guy threw his console out of rage.
You'll need all your focus and gaming attention after Halloween, as next month is no ordinary month for Sony PlayStation Plus.
Brace yourselves, Sony Xperia Z4 is coming.
Sony will be unveiling its System Update 2.0 to the PlayStation 4 on November 4 which shall be highlighted by the Share Play function, the ability to share a game to a friend via the internet.
Rumors earlier arose that an Xbox Two would be released anytime soon. These speculations have been supported by a recent video uploaded on YouTube by Soy Antonio Gaming.
Sony is making the biggest update to the PlayStation 4, with System Update 2.0. The new software comes with big features that enable users to customize their PS4 for a more satisfying gaming experience.
Attention, gamers! PlayStation's October Flash Sale is about to end in a few hours. So to those of you who are interested in games such as "Bayonetta" or "Fat Princess", hurry up as big discounts await you!
The successful survival horror video game 'DayZ' had its first console version with PlayStation 4. It's creator Dean Hall says that it will also become available on Microsoft's Xbox One, among other console platforms.
After releasing PlayStation Vita TV in Japan and in other Asian countries last fall, Sony is set to official retail PlayStation TV in the US and Canadian markets on October 14
Sony's Xperia Z3 stood out as the best smartphone in the market when it comes to battery life, ranking first at a remarkable nine hours and 29 minutes.
It took Sony about 7 years to churn out PlayStation 4. Will it take about the same time for the company to roll out PlayStation 5?